The Security Research & Innovation Event 2016 (SRIE 2016)
will be held at The World Forum in The Hague (NL) on June 1 & 2 2016.
 
The Hague

The Hague, the cyber security capital of Europe and international city of peace and justice is the perfect venue for this event. Every day tens of thousands of people are working in The Hague to build a more peaceful and secure world. People, organisations and businesses from all over the world come to this city to work together on solutions to global problems. Recently The Hague also hosted the Global Conference on Cyber Space en Nucleair Security Summit.

The Hague has established itself as a major hub for cyber security in Europe, which is demonstrated by the presence of the European Cybercrime Centre Europol (EC3), the National Cyber Security Centre, NATO Communications and Information Agency, Cyber Security Academy, and a wide range of cyber security businesses. The city is also home to The Hague Security Delta, the largest security cluster in Europe, in which security businesses, governments, and knowledge institutions work together on innovations and knowledge development. In The Hague over 400 companies realise more than 25% of the total turnover in security. They provide work to 13.400 employees.

 

 

Directions

 

Train / Tram:

From The Hague Central Station (CS) take tram no. 17 to World Forum. You get off at the Statenplein stop (5 minutes’ walk).

From The Hague Hollands Spoor (HS) take tram no. 17 (get off at the Statenplein stop, 5 minutes’ walk) or take tram no. 1. (get off at the World Forum stop).

 

By car: 

From Utrecht / Amsterdam
Take the A12 towards The Hague. The A12 becomes the Utrechtsebaan; follow this road until the end. Turn left at the traffic lights. Now you are on the Zuid Hollandlaan. At the end, turn right at the traffic lights. You are now on the Koningskade, which becomes the Raamweg. Drive under the viaduct, and immediately go right around the bend onto the Hubertus Viaduct. You are now on the Prof. B.M. Teldersweg and this becomes the Johan de Wittlaan. Follow the signs for the World Forum and park in one of the underground car parks.

 

From Amsterdam / Leiden
Take the A44 towards Den Haag N44. Just behind the city of Wassenaar, take exit Den Haag/Scheveningen N14. As you follow this road, you enter the Hubertus tunnel. Continue straight on when you exit the tunnel and follow the Prof. B.M. Teldersweg. This road becomes the Johan de Wittlaan. Follow the signs for the World Forum and park in one of the underground car parks.

 

From Rotterdam
From the A13 you follow the signs towards ‘Amsterdam' (=A4) on the roundabout Ypenburg. At the Prins Clausplein follow signs for ‘Den Haag/Voorburg’. You drive over the viaduct and follow the signs for The Hague. You are now on the Utrechtsebaan. The route description from now on is as above.

 

Parking:

Follow the signs for the World Forum and park in one of the underground car parks.